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Author: Linda Howard
ISBN: 0373575769
Pages: 256 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (May 26, 1989)
Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Size ePUB: 1156 kb
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Rating: 4.9
Votes: 282
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Subcategory: Romance

e-Book Tears of the Renegade epub download

by Linda Howard

Home Linda Howard Tears of the Renegade. I’m honored that Tears of the Renegade has been chosen to be a part of the Famous Firsts Collection, which celebrates Harlequin’s 60th Anniversary.

Home Linda Howard Tears of the Renegade. Writing back then was vastly different from writing now, because this book was pre-computer, at least for me. Back then, an electric typewriter seemed like heaven, and now we look at using one as archaic. I did have a real desk; for the few books I wrote before this one, I balanced the typewriter on top of a two-drawer filing cabinet

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Ships from and sold by P-TownBookSales. Linda Howard is the award-winning author of many New York Times bestsellers, including Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, and Dying to Please. She lives in Alabama with her husband and two golden retrievers.

Linda Howard was born on August 3, 1950. She went on to a small community college, as the only journalism major, but soon dropped out to work at a trucking company as a secretary. She sold her first book to Silhouette Books in 1980. She has written over 50 books including Up Close and Dangerous, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cover of Night, Killing Time, To Die For, Kiss Me While I Sleep, Cry No More, Dying to Please, Open Season, All the Queen's Men, Kill and Tell, Mr. Perfect, Son of the Morning, and Troublemaker.

Tears of the renegade, . 6. But he hadn’t, and now Cord had stolen her love like the renegade he was. Gently she replaced the album and left the room, walking slowly up the stairs to her empty bed, her mind and her senses filled with the memory of the night before when Cord had swept in with the rain, wild and damp, the air about him almost crackling with the heat of his passion.

"Come Lie With Me" (1984) "Tears of the Renegade" (1985) "The Cutting Edge" (1985) "The Way Home" (1991) "The Touch of Fire" (1992) "Overload" (1993) "Heart of Fire" (1993) "Dream Man" (1995) "Night Moves" (1998) "After the Night" (1995) "Shades of Twilight" (1996) "White Out" (1997) "Son of the Morning" (1997) "Lake of Dreams" (1998) "Now You See Her" (1998) "Mr

Tears of the Renegade Текст. She had been utterly chaste since Vance’s death, not even kissing another man, but now she felt as if Cord possessed her in the most basic sense of the word.

Tears of the Renegade Текст. Cheryl came with me, so I’ll take her home, he said, placing his lips against her temple as he talked. But we’re going to have to talk.

He hadn’t said a word, but he didn’t need to; the burning possession of his lips told her all she needed to know

He hadn’t said a word, but he didn’t need to; the burning possession of his lips told her all she needed to know. ne, where the silkiness of his beard tickled her palms. He lifted his mouth and simply held her close for a moment. Susan kept her hands on his face, stroking her fingers lightly over his beard, drowning in the enjoyment of being cuddled by him. His strong, warm throat beckoned, and she stood on tiptoe to press a light kiss onto the skin above his collar.

Linda Howard is an extraordinary talent whose unforgettable novels are richly flavored with scintillating sensuality and high-voltage . Tears of the Renegade.

Linda Howard is an extraordinary talent whose unforgettable novels are richly flavored with scintillating sensuality and high-voltage suspense. Linda Howard knows what readers want, and dares to be different. Linda Howard exemplifies the very best of the romance genre.

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ICE is the story of Lolly Helton and Gabriel McQueen, former childhood adversaries who are reunited after fifteen years only to face the battle of their lives not only from mother nature and a vicious ice storm, but two cruel and unpredictable meth addicts who are hellbent on silencing them forever...

I'm a big fan of Linda Howard's and wish I could say I loved this book, but it was definitely not up to the author's usual standard. First of all, at around 200 pages it's only about half the size of a full-length novel and reads and feels more like a novella. The entire story takes place in a little over 24 hours, which made the whole thing feel very rushed. And while Lolly and Gabriel were both okay, neither were as well fleshed or engaging as I've come to expect from Ms. Howard's characters. To be completely honest, the villains seemed to have more depth than anybody else. Then there was the romance which felt forced and highly underdeveloped too. On a positive note however, there was plenty of action and just the right amount of suspense. In the end though I'm sorry to say I just never found it that compelling, but at least it was a fast read and I didn't hate it either.

RATING: 2.5 Stars
If the author wasn't named as Linda Howard, I wouldn't believe it was a book she wrote. I also wouldn't finish it. The writing is choppy, inconsistent, unenjoyable, and poorly edited. The kernels of her typical characters and style are there, but barely worth wading through the book to catch that little bit of her norm. This is a charmless, tedious, rehash of several books: as though Ms. Howard threw 1/2 of "Dying To Please" into her Vitamix, then added 1/8 of "Mr. Perfect", with additional bits of "Dream Man", Blair Mallory, and all her other Police Hero books (especially the New Orleans cop: which one was that? "Kill and Tell": he gets 1/8 as well), just for seasoning. Unless you're a fan like I am, who owns almost everything she's written, I'd definitely skip this one. Rereading the others is far more enjoyable.
If I could rate this book it would be a 10 out of 5. I can't tell you how many times I've read this book, listened to the CD, even how many soft back copies I have carried around. And i read an average of 3-5 books a week. The characters, the time travel, the story, even the message makes this book, well worth reading at least once...if not like me, a keeper at the top of the list. I like all of Linda's books. This is a mixture of romance, time travel, murder and mystery, and even has a Christian layer. One for any age or sex. Enjoy.
Snake Rocking
I have read, and very much enjoyed reading, Linda Howard’s books. ICE is not a good book. The story line is there for a really good book, but this endeavor lacks “heart.” In fact, it is a hurried attempt to put another notch on the “Books I have written,” bedpost. I feel cheated, and I want my money back!
This is one of my favorite Linda Howard books; along with "Mr. Perfect". I guess something about a policeman and a strong heroine. It is a suspenseful romantic comedy. The banter between the h and H is laugh-out-loud at times and the development of the secondary characters (i.e., her mother) were well developed. It was difficult to determine who the killer was until well into the book but this truly was more of the development between two strong-willed and "good" people. Some review discussed that it was slow in development and I would disagree. When relationships build over the course of a book, it is nice to see. It is hilarious about their "one night" stand at the beginning of the book and how he pursues a permanent relationship- because she is worth it. Absolutely fabulous book and have had it in hard cover for quite some time.
I want to be 100% real here--I love Linda Howard and she could probably publish a collection of her grocery lists and I'd still be like FIVE STARS I LOVE THIS BOOK YES PLEASE THANK YOU. However, that is not the case here.

"Veil of Night" combines humor, suspense, and faster than you can say hello romance. It reads more like her quirky, off-the-wall romantic suspense (such as Mr. Perfect and Open Season) than some of her newer assassin-filled novels. So fans of her older works will be very pleased.

Jaclyn, the heroine, has spunk and class (all at the same time) and the hero, Eric, is a real "Studley Do Right." However, while I was glad to see Howard return to the lighter side of death and murder, I felt the action and threat in the book was underplayed and I would have liked just a little more danger.

But all-in-all, it was a good read, filled with that instant, possessive passion that Howard portrays so well and pretty decent plot to boot!